melodeon


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melodeon

or

melodium:

see reed organreed organ,
an organ in which air is forced over free reeds by means of bellows, usually worked by pedals. It is played by the use of one or more keyboards. Variations in tone are produced by stops that control different sets of reeds or vary the manner in which the air acts
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melodeon

[mə′lōd·ē·ən]
(electronics)
Broadband panoramic receiver used for countermeasures reception; all types of received electromagnetic radiation are presented as vertical pips on a frequency-calibrated cathode-ray indicator screen.

melodeon

, melodion Music
1. a type of small accordion
2. a type of keyboard instrument similar to the harmonium
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An All-Ireland winner in accordion and melodeon, Damien now resides in Castlegregory, where he has immersed himself in the strong west Kerry music tradition.
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Guitar virtuoso Martin Simpson, melodeon maestro Andy Cutting and fiddle wizard Nancy Kerr have performed together on stage in various combinations in recent years and have united for tonight's show.
Bellowhead are a big band - there's 11 of us and so we always make a big noise," says melodeon, concertina and bandonion player John Spiers.
THEY come from Switzerland, sing in French, and make an unearthly racket using a melodeon, a triangle and something resembling a coat of armour.
His island background has inspired his own music and choice of instrument, the single-row melodeon.
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